- 5ft 7 in
- 171 cm
- 1.71 m
Chiranjeevi Height is 171 cm. Konidela Siva Sankara Vara Prasad is commonly known as “Chiranjeevi” in short which is his nickname also. He was born in Mogalthur, Andhra State, India on 22 August 1955. He is the man who has not only changed the classic trend of Telugu Cinema but also forced Bollywood with his acting skills. His younger brother Pawan Kalyan is also a Telugu Film actor who has worked in several Telugu films and also won several awards including best actor Filmfare.
Chiranjeevi is probably one of the greatest Tollywood who has also worked in Govt. Offices as a politician, his was the Minister of State for the Ministry of Tourism, Govt. Of India and worked as an independent. He remained in office from 27 October 2012 to 15 May 2014.
|Height (ft): 5ft 7 Inches|
|Height (m): 1.70 m|
|Height (cm): 170 cm|
He worked in several movies produced in different languages. His first movie was “Punadhirallu” in 1978 but his next movie Pranam was released earlier than his first film which gives him a breathtaking start. His movie “Swayam Krushi” was dubbed into Russian language and was nominated at the Moscow International Film Festival. In 1988 he won best actor award at Cinema Express Award and Nandi Award in the same category.
He co-produced Rudraveena in 1988, the film won “National Film Award” for Best Feature Film on National Integration. It is hardly possible to write about this acting and political career so we will jump to his Awards won by him.
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 1982 Shubhalekha
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 1985 Vijetha
- Best Actor – Nandi Awards – 1987 Swayam Krushi
- Cinema Express Awards – Best Actor – Swayam Krushi – 1988
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 1992 Aapadbandhavudu
- Best Actor – Nandi Awards – 1992 Aapathbandhavudu
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 1993 Muta Mesthri
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 1999 Sneham Kosam
- Best Actor – Nandi Awards – 2002 Indra
- Best Actor Telugu Cinema – 2004 Shankar Dada MBBS
- Special Award – Legendary acting career – 2006
- Padma Bhushan in 2006
- Honorary doctorate from the Andhra University in 2006
- Lifetime Achievement Award South – 2010
- International Face of Indian Cinema – SIIMA Awards – 2014
- Raghupathi Venkaiah Award for contribution to Telugu cinema- Nandi Awards – 2016